Remove the LLC hack, it introduces crashes and freezes and in light of my latest findings, its " VRM´s healthier" to keep LLC at default!
Keep an eye on the power draw! Dont let it go above 140%!
Read my considerations about power limits:
"There is only on thing to remember then, all cards that burned were under stress for long periods of time and its not the voltage that is problematic, its the amperage (current) that is drawn (allowed by the voltage)
I.E - If you are having 500W* draw with my formula: aW x b% = cW (a= bios base TDP, b= OSD TDP, c= aproximate power draw)
You will have:
The power P in watts (W) is equal to the voltage V in volts (V), times the current I in amps (A):
P(W) = V(V) × I(A)
500W = 1,400V x 357A
Your card has 6 phases@ 60A max each for the core «=» 6 x 60A = 360A
Of course all that current is going to the entire card and not only for the core, but this way you have a clearer picture of the limitations implied and you can set some safety limits for yourself!
*that is a figurative number, all cards have different power draw! "
Even with surround, i game at 3240x1920 tri-monitor and there are only a couple of games that goes beyond 5GB and those are buggy with memory leaks!
Thanks that is helpful info, I have not had any crashes thus far or instability with the LLC hack but if you think its bad for the card I will probably disable it. Anyway to check the power draw?